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H-1B Visas: 'Buy American' Comes to TARP

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Re: H-1B Visas: 'Buy American' Comes to TARP [#permalink]

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New post 11 Feb 2009, 13:55
spiridon wrote:
Protective measures are good in the short run...


Good for who in the short run? Definitely not the consumer or economy (global or US.) Mainly the select few who are uncompetitive, or work for uncompetitive companies, and whose voices are loud enough or stories are sad enough, and the politicians that serve them. Sadly, this is a game that is played by politicians and governments around the world.

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New post 11 Feb 2009, 14:12
cougarblue wrote:
spiridon wrote:
Protective measures are good in the short run...


Good for who in the short run? Definitely not the consumer or economy (global or US.) Mainly the select few who are uncompetitive, or work for uncompetitive companies, and whose voices are loud enough or stories are sad enough, and the politicians that serve them. Sadly, this is a game that is played by politicians and governments around the world.


So you just posted this to repeat what I said in the rest of that sentence anyway?

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Re: H-1B Visas: 'Buy American' Comes to TARP   [#permalink] 11 Feb 2009, 14:12

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